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He says he wants to quit, because he doesn't want to lose you.. But tells me that he is 'scared to death' of going.

is for him, and until he hits bottom, that isn't going to be happening. Sprinkle the pain with a few positive reminders that this is HIS problem, not yours, and the small amount of pain you have now from leaving will be vastly less than the huge amount of pain you will endure if you stay. He claims to love me, he claims to want to quit..even has gone so far as to call AA.

In today’s day and age, people can get addicted to an almost endless range of substances: alcohol, heroin, cocaine, marijuana, pills, and so on.

Yet one of the most common types of addiction that you may see in dating is alcoholism.

Picture it: You’re sitting across from your date at dinner, looking forward to all that the rest of the evening has to offer — and then he orders another drink. You cringe slightly as he starts getting a little louder and more playful.

A quick word to the wise: Watch out for the inevitable date who’s an alcoholic.

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For example, having a couple glasses of wine at dinner is probably no big deal, but a third and a fourth? It’s natural to have a drink or two to stave off the inevitable anxiety that comes with date night, but anything more than that tells you that this is someone who relies on alcohol to a fairly extreme degree.

In such cases, he uses alcohol to balance his mood, feel happy, and relax.

Soon enough, that merry-go-round becomes a hamster wheel and even after you’ve grown up and moved out, you still run races you’ll never win.

And ache for a love deep down in the recesses of your being–in that unfillable void–that you’ll do anything to feel OK and thus you reach out for stuff: people, food, money, status, drugs, anything. When I was 18, I moved in with an alcoholic/addict who was verbally abusive and a perpetual cheat.